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York Theatre Putting On Online Performance To Help Rebuild After Devastating Water Main BreakWhen the York Theatre on Lexington Avenue and 54th Street got flooded back in January, staff rushed to salvage what they could, including lighting, props, costumes and scripts. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
NYPD Honored For Encouraging Organ DonationsThe non-profit Live On NY presented the department with a plaque for actively supporting organ donation.
New Stimulus Package Offers $39 Billion Boost To Struggling Child Care IndustryChild care has been a hurdle to the economic recovery, especially for women. The new stimulus package is allocating $39 billion to keep day care centers open. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Arrest Made In Shooting Outside Wallkill RestaurantPolice arrested 27-year-old Hector Luna, who they say shot a 48-year-old man in the stomach because he thought he was a police officer.
Burglars Smashing Into Pharmacies In Brooklyn And Queens, Stealing Cash, Prescription PillsAt least five mom-and-pop pharmacies have been broken into across the city. Police say the suspects have taken tens of thousands of dollars worth of drugs. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
White Plains Business Specializes In Exotic Flavors Of Familiar SnacksA Westchester man turned his taste for travel and appetite for the unusual into a growing business. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Midtown Tunnel Closures For Road RepavingA commuter alert for drivers heading through the Midtown Tunnel this weekend as the MTA works to repave the roads.
'In The Heights' To Premiere At Tribeca Film FestivalThe highly-anticipated movie, set in Washington Heights, is an adaptation of Lin Manuel Miranda's musical.
New York Weather: CBS2's 4/16 Friday Evening UpdateJohn Elliott has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
56th Academy Of Country Music Awards Set To Smash StereotypesThe 56th Academy of Country Music Awards show is smashing stereotypes. For the first time ever, a Black woman is hosting.
As More People Get Vaccinated And Reopenings Expand, Some Are Experiencing ‘Reentry Anxiety’After a year of living under COVID restrictions, some are feeling "reentry anxiety." CBS2's Meg Baker reports.
Bronx Community Creates Inclusive Safety MuralThe mural's design and painting was led by a Bronx-based artist in collaboration with students at International Community High School in Mott Haven.
Long Island Health Officials Say Herd Immunity Impossible Without At Least Some Children VaccinatedWhile some parents are adamantly against getting their kids vaccinated against COVID-19 – and others are hesitant – many say they are firmly in step with science and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
How To Talk To Children About Race, Police, And Witnessing Traumatic EventsCBS2 spoke with Dr. Jeffrey Gardere, a psychologist, who says the dialogue should always be ongoing.
Murder Suspect Accidentally Released From Rikers CapturedChristopher Buggs was on the run for more than a month after being released due to a clerical mistake.
East New York Residents Have Had Enough With Garbage Piling Up At Empty Lots, On StreetsResidents in East New York say there is so much garbage being dumped around city-owned lots, people can’t even walk on the sidewalks. Now neighbors are saying enough is enough. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Doctors Say Face Masks Could Be Providing Unexpected Relief From Seasonal AllergiesAbout 25 million Americans suffer with seasonal allergies. But some say they feel better now than in previous years. Doctors think a COVID prevention measure could be behind the unexpected relief.
Mayor De Blasio Celebrates First Prayer Of Ramadan At East Harlem MosqueThe mayor spoke at the Islamic Cultural Center of New York.
Street In Islip Renamed For 9/11 First Responder Lawrence GuarnieriEast Farmingdale Street in Islip is now dedicated to Port Authority Police Sgt. Lawrence Guarnieri, who died in 2014 from an illness linked to ground zero.
Ex-NYPD Officer Pleads Guilty To Obstruction In Murder-For-Hire PlotProsecutors say Valerie Cincinelli tried to hire a hitman to kill her estranged husband and her boyfriend's teenage daughter in 2019.
Caught On Video: Sucker Punch Assault, Robbery In QueensThe NYPD wants your help finding two men caught on video sucker punching and robbing a man in Queens.
Fordham University Requiring COVID-19 Vaccine For Students On CampusFordham University announced it will require students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to return to campus.
Race To Vaccinate Continues As COVID Variants SpreadAmericans may need another COVID vaccine shot within a year of being fully vaccinated.
FDNY: Overloaded Power Strip To Blame For Queens Apartment Building FireIt took firefighters nearly 12 hours to put out the fire in Jackson Heights earlier this month.

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